KKA2 What purpose did the Writers’ Congress serve?

At the start of June a Writers’ Congress took place. The aim was to continue the tradition established prior to the Velvet Revolution, though it was clear even in advance that there was at least one crucial change – apart from writers themselves, few people have an interest.

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Eric Leonardson: Our Sonic Playground: A Model for Active Engagement in Urban Soundscapes
A public event that proposes a model for active, public participation in soundscape awareness. For those who are new to acoustic ecology and the experiential basis of its pedagogy, this practical template or ‘recipe’ may help others organise their own events aimed at active engagement in sound, listening, and environment. While offering practical suggestions for getting started, I also address some relevant issues regarding a broader cultural discourse of sound in the arts and sciences.

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The Qrators

The project of group the Q rators emerged at first as a blatant protest against the war between Ukraine and Russia. The leading idea of this work is to show that peaceful collaboration is possible and the unity in creation may be the only reasonable reaction to current political situation. It opened much wider reflection about artists from post-soviet countries as coming from similar historical context.

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MA’AMINIM, věřící / the believers (opening 8. 6.; 9. 6. - 27. 9. 2015)

The exhibition "Ma'aminim the believers" takes the context of the Seine-Saint-Denis department as a fulcrum of the political and social struggles that have agitated France during the last century.

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Olivier Hadouchi: From Parallel Cinema to Third Cinema - Militant Cinema in the hour of the furnaces (1960's and 1970's)

During the lecture, we will talk about various propositions of militant cinema dealing with the questions of liberation, anti-imperialism and tricontinental solidarity (in reference to Tricontental conference). In the context of New Waves, Young and New Cinemas all around the world, various filmmakers tried to mix political intervention with formal invention (like Godard, Alvarez, Rocha, Solanas...) during the 60's.

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Announcement of results of the competition Party Open to Women

Forum 50% cordially invites you the official announcement of the results of the 7th annual competition Party Open to Women. You will discover which of the parliamentary parties most support equal opportunities for men and women both internally and externally.

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Alexandra Landre: Tipping point

Tipping Point is a general expression for moment of transition, the creation of agency, a critical mass or just the point of change.
In her lecture, Alexandra Landré will use this phenomenon as a guiding principle to explorer questions regarding the general as well as her personal curatorial practice.

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Margarida Mendes: agency in times of unease - thoughts on scale, climate and collectivities

What is our understanding of planetary scale during a time when our perception of material realities is bound to spectral algorithms, and the impact of our actions deferred?

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Experimental Animation and Electronic Literature: Piotr Marecki and Sławomir Shuty

Suffering from writer’s block, the Author decides to induce inspiration chemically. The pastry he consumes transports him, like the fairytale Alice, into a land of hallucinogenic visions. The revelation results in an increase of creative potential. However, the depths of imagination are inhabited by demons that must be confronted. TRIP is a metaphorical account of an internal voyage, an animated penetration to the Buddhist bardo, a black comedy tale about the transformation of a creative impasse into fulfillment.

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Ivan Moudov: Certificate Of Authenticity

Would you like to become the owner of an artwork?
Would you like to contribute to the development and progress of contemporary art?
Do you have money?
If so, we have a solution for you.
The result of Ivan Mouldov’s residence at the Tobačna 001 CC is an overview exhi¬bition in the form of a catalog of the art¬ist. Every page of the exhibited catalog is an original work of art available to the Gallery’s visitors at an affordable price.

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You’re not sure about something? Then ring TRANZIT-DISPATCH!

“Tranzit-dispatch” is the winning project of the third annual student competition organised by tranzitdisplay. The project is the work of Jan Boháč, Barbora Fastrová, Pavel Jestřáb and Anna Ročňová, all students of The Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague (UMPRUM).

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Episode III – The Collection and Health; Discussion: 15 April, 21 April and 28 April starting at 6pm

Discussion: 15 April, 21 April and 28 April starting at 6pm

In 2014, the Sculpture Studio of UMPRUM founded a collection of items using which it is involved in an ongoing attempt to track the boundaries of sculpture as a medium, the contours of an item, sculpture and object, their psychology, materiality, historicity, institutionalisation, as well as the dynamic of a studio community. Items for inclusion in the collection are selected by a committee of students and lecturers who interpret the item prior to accepting or rejecting it. We take note of the entire process involved in the creation of the collection and record not only the items themselves, but the oral and textual flow of thoughts that surround them. We are convinced that a collection without interpretation makes no sense, and so we decided to validate the collection and the activities associated with it on a regular basis by means of a series of episodic exhibitions and other presentations.

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ERSTE Foundation is main partner of tranzit:

ERSTE Stiftung